Recruitment & Training Center
2415 W Huntington Drive
Tempe, AZ 85282
Positions With Openings
Direct Care Staff
Our direct care workers are creative, self-initiating, high energy team players with good communication and writing skills as well as good interpersonal skills. They work well with or without direct supervision, providing care to individuals with varying degrees of disabilities and behavioral issues in a residential setting, group home or a day program. Direct care staff must be able to pass State-mandated background checks, possess standard computer skills, and have a strong work ethic.
Lead Support Provider
The lead staff person is a dynamic team leader who takes on the role and responsibilities of a site supervisor when the supervisor is not present. For this position, experience as a direct care worker for at least six (6) months is preferred but not required unless otherwise noted. Must be available to carry and answer emergency cell phone as needed.
This position is ideal for a dynamic team leader who has excellent communication and interpersonal skills, along with previous supervisory experience, preferably in the field of providing direct care to persons with developmental disabilities or serious mental illness. This position either administers a day program or supervises a residential site, and is primarily responsible for ensuring compliance with all State-mandated requirements for the assigned program or setting. Must be available to carry and answer emergency cell phone calls as needed.
Same as Lead Support Provider job requirements. In addition will coordinate, supervise and provide supportive employment environment by communicating with consumers, potential employers, business/industry/governmental representatives and other staff. Assists consumers with career development, understanding and performing duties and responsibilities etc.
Behavioral Health Direct Care Staff
Like the direct care workers who provide services to persons with developmental disabilities, the behavioral health direct care staff (Behavioral Health Para-Professionals and Behavioral Technicians) are creative, self-initiating, high energy team players with good communication and writing skills as well as good interpersonal skills. They work with individuals who have varying degrees of disabilities and behavioral issues in a residential setting. They also possess a strong work ethic and the ability to multi task as required. Candidates must be able to pass the State-mandated background checks. In addition, the behavioral health direct care staff must have a high school diploma or GED.
Foster Care Licensing Specialist
The Licensing Specialist trains or facilitates training for potential foster/adoptive families, including on-going and advanced training through in-home consultations, helping families through the licensing or certification processes, and advocating for children and adults in licensed homes. background in social services, child development, psychology or sociology.